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partypoker hosts Super High Roller Bowl

A festival of high-stakes No Limit Hold’Em action is coming to partypoker in May, with the launch of the inaugural Super High Roller Bowl Online Series, in partnership with Poker Central.

The series will pay out more than $20 million in guarantees to players across 28 high-roller events, held from Saturday, May 23, 2020, to Monday, June 1, 2020, with buy-ins ranging from $10,000 to $100,000.

All tournaments will be two-day events, kicking off with an 8-Max event with a guarantee of $1,000,000 for a buy-in of $25,000 + $500. There will be several more events with seven-figure guarantees in the following week, before the series concludes with the Super High Roller Bowl Online, beginning June 1.

The player who collects the most points in the first 27 events will be declared the series champion, and will be awarded with a free entry ticket to the Super High Roller Bowl Online.

The Super High Roller Bowl Online is an 8-Max, two-day freezeout event with a minimum guarantee of $3,000,000. The buy-in will be $100,000 + $2,000, and starting stacks will be 300,000. 

Blinds for all tournaments will begin at 500/1,000, with an ante of 125. Levels will increase every 15 minutes in events starting at 12pm EDT, every 12 minutes in events starting at 1pm EDT and 2pm EDT, and every 30 minutes in the Super High Roller Bowl Online.

For all events before the series finale, re-entry will be open through a level 12 break, and players will play down to a final table on day one, before the final tables start the next day at 12pm EDT.

The full schedule will appear on partypoker.com shortly.

partypoker Managing Director, Tom Waters, said: “In this time of increased caution, partypoker’s goal is to help fans and players in the poker industry continue to partake in the excitement of the game.

“The Super High Roller Bowl has consistently grown in popularity while expanding to international territories, and our online format will provide the perfect place for fans and players from all over the world to continue to gather for this tournament.”